When Time Moves Faster/ Ko čas teče hitreje
2016, AUT/CAN/GRE, 6'30''
A collection of four Non-Stop Stop-Motion film experiments, which follow a similar pattern. The beginning documents the setting and the action in real time and this action is then gradually (digitally) speeded-up to reveal the illusion that it creates.
Zbirka štirih non-stop stop-animacijskih filmskih eksperimentov, ki sledijo podobnemu vzorcu. Na začetku sta v realnem času posneta prizorišče in dogajanje, slednje pa je nato postopoma (digitalno) pospešeno in razkrije ustvarjeno iluzijo.
Created and executed by Anna Vasof
Technique: non-stop-motion, experimental video
Recommended for children under 14: yes
Anna Vasof is an architect and media artist. Born in 1985, she studied architecture at the University of Thessaly (2010) in Greece and Transmedia Art (2014) at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Since 2004 her videos and short movies have been presented in several festivals, some of them winning distinctions. She’s currently writing a Ph.D. thesis about an animation technique that she develops and at the same time working on designing and building innovative mechanisms for producing critical and narrative videos, actions and installations.
Find more about Anna Vasof on www.annavasof.net